Though that article mentions they like Google Drive because of photos... for photos much better to use something like Flickr, the Pro account ($25/year) has more space than most people would ever use, and is specifically for photos so has lots of related services ...etc.
I use Dropbox for other stuff, but not going to say it's the best for someone with "always on" high speed internet. Because I only have good speeds occasionally I do it manually when I do, along with an external HDD.
It's easy to get 18GB of Dropbox space for free too. A few email addresses and that's a lot of GB for free... ;o)
:: I don't know if I'd want to trust that sort of stuff to these companies but maybe I'm just being paranoid. ::
I don't. I still do it the old school way.. back up to external HD (at home) and CDs (at parent's house). That way Adobe/Google can get hacked, the internet could stop, my house could burn down and I would at least still have all my work!!
I've got my NAS server that I'm looking to hookup to a headless cloud backup setup.
Once setup it will provide auto offsite daily backups with ability to do anything inside the home network, HD backups, 2 redundancies in drives. Take time to perfect a network with backup setup.